Installation of mod_perl-enabled Apache Without Superuser Privileges Page 7
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quitand reenter it. But if you insist here is how to make it work without quitting the shell. You really want to skip this :)
If you want to continue working with
quitting the shell, you must:
- remember the value of makepl_arg
- change it to suit your new installation
- build and install mod_perl
- restore it after completing mod_perl installation
this is quite a cumbersome task as of this writing, but I believe that
CPAN.pm will eventually be improved to handle this more easily.
So if you are still with me, start the shell as usual:
% perl -MCPAN -eshell
First, read the value of the
makepl_arg:cpan> o conf makepl_argPREFIX=/home/stas
It will be something like
PREFIX=/home/stasif you configured
CPAN.pmto install modules locally. Save this value:cpan> o conf makepl_arg.save PREFIX=/home/stas
Second, set a new value, to be used by the mod_perl installation process. (You can add parameters to this line, or remove them, according to your needs.) To wit:cpan> o conf makepl_arg 'DO_HTTPD=1 USE_APACI=1 EVERYTHING=1 PREFIX=/home/stas APACHE_PREFIX=/home/stas/apache'
CPAN.pmbuild and install mod_perl for you:cpan> install mod_perl
Fourth, reset the original value to
makepl_arg. We do this by printing the value of the saved variable and assigning it to
makepl_arg:cpan> o conf makepl_arg.savePREFIX=/home/stascpan> o conf makepl_arg PREFIX=/home/stas
Not so neat, but a working solution. You could have written the value on a piece of paper instead of saving it to
makepl_arg.save, but you are more likely to make a mistake that way.
The Apache site's URL: http://www.apache.org
The mod_perl site's URL: http://perl.apache.org
About the Author
Stas Bekman is an author of the mod_perl Guide and is currently co-athoring a book about mod_perl for O'Reilly and Associates, Inc together with Eric Cholet. He is a member of the Apache Software Foundation. You can find more about his works and joys at his personal web site.
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